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This is meant for classroom review. To use this, simply edit the names of the categories to fit what you need, and then enter your questions (and answers) on the appropriate slides. Once youve entered all the questions, run the show. Click on the question chosen and that slide will come up. Click again to start the timer. When the timer reaches 0, click again and the answer will pop up. When the question has been answered, click the word back in the lower right hand corner to bring yourself back to the main page. Once there, click the name of the team that got it right and enter the point value of the question. The score will be updated! Thats it! Comments? Suggestions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Help Playing the game: There are 6 categories each with 5 different value questions. 1. To start ask one team to select a question option from the scoreboard screen e.g. Marketing – 100. This will display the corresponding question. 2. Click the Start button and the timer will then count down 5 seconds. Get the team to give their answer verbally and if they do not get it correct pass it over to the other team/s as appropriate. 3. To display the correct answer click the Answer button. 4. If a team answered correctly click the corresponding Team button to award them the questions points. If no team answered correctly click the Incorrect button. 5. Repeat steps 1-4 until the end of the game. Click the Back button to return to the game Back
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Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help Which item is NOT a type of stock: A. Raw materials B. Semi-finished goods C. Stationery D. Finished goods C.
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help B. 'Benchmarking' is: A. Setting a standard time for piece rate B. Settings standards based on other firms' achievements C. Used to plan the layout of flow production D. Used to compare potential suppliers
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help D. TQM is NOT usually associated with: A. Quality culture B. Quality assurance C. 'Right first time' D. Quality control
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help B. Which is NOT used to set a re- order quantity? A. Lead time of suppliers B. Raw material cost C. Historical demand D. Buffer stock level
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help Which is a disadvantage of job production?: A. High levels of work in progress B. Personalised production C. Zero or low stock levels D. Good quality A.
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help B. Which item is NOT a way to achieve high capacity utilisation?: A. Increase advertising B. Increase price C. Start selling online D. Add new product features
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help A. Which action will decrease capacity?: A. Rationalisation B. Sub-contracting C. Ask staff to work longer hours D. Extending the work area
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help A. Which of these is not a cost of quality?: A. Staff morale B. Training C. New equipment D. Monitoring
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help Which of these is not an external quality regulator? : A. BSI B. ISO C. ICICI D. IIP C.
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help D. Which of these is not a technology to enhance business performance? : A. Automation B. Communication C. Design technology D. Quality circles
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help B. Retained profit is: A. Income received, less expenses B. Profit not distributed to shareholders C. Revenue received, less cost of sales D. Net profit, less tax
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help C. Which action is most likely to improve profit? A. Increasing trade credit B. Holding an annual sale C. Reducing fixed costs D. Increasing debtor days
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help D. If fixed costs are £5,000, price is £25 and variable cost per unit £20 – what is the break-even quantity? A. 500 B. 1,500 C. 8,000 D. 1,000
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help B. Raising product prices is not usually associated with: A. Increasing profit margin B. Increasing break-even quantity C. Increasing contribution D. Increasing gross profit
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help C. Long-term finance is : A. Usually paid back within one year B. A substitute for trade credit C. Subject to interest payment D. Only available from financial institutions such as banks
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help B. A line manager: A. Works on a production line B. Has one or more reporting staff C. Looks after lines D. Is an Autocratic manager
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help B. Span of control: A. is a feature of matrix organisation B. is a feature of hierarchies C. is narrower in flat structures D. is a feature of team work
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help Productivity is measured by: A. Total output / Total capital B. Total output / Total staff C. Total capital / Total staff D. Total output / Total days B.
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help B. Payment using cash is best described as: A. Renumeration B. Remuneration C. Reimbursement D. Readdies
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help B. Job analysis usually results in: A. A person specification B. A job description C. Organisational structuring D. De-layering
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help C. Modern Apprenticeships usually involve: A. Coach training B. Academic study C. Empowerment D. External training
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help C. Organisational culture is NOT usually imparted by: A. Mentoring B. Induction training C. On-the-job training D. External training
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help C. Which is NOT an advantage of off- the-job training? A. Networking B. Reducing production problems C. Team building D. Lower safety risks
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help C. Which is NOT a required attribute of a coach? : A. Provides advice B. Discusses performance C. Displays technical competence D. Trained in coaching skills
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help D. Which of these theories are NOT associated with training? A. Self-esteem (Maslow) B. Opportunity (Herzberg) C. Social (Mayo/Maslow) D. Theory X (McGregor)
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help B. When would Taylors theory of motivation be appropriate? A. Theory Y management B. Mass production C. Matrix organisations D. De-layering
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help A. Job enrichment came about due to the work of: A. Mayo B. Taylor C. Maslow D. Hawthorn
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help D. An example of a non-financial motivation method is: A. Team working B. Job rotation C. Empowerment D. Piecework
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help Which of these is NOT a hygiene factor? A. Personal relationships B. Pay C. Promotion D. Working conditions C.
Team 1Team 2IncorrectAnswer ? ? Help B. De-layering always: A. Reduces training need B. Threatens security C. Raises capacity D. Reduces empowerment
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